In "How To Become CEO", Jeffrey Fox has written an insightful
handbook of traits to develop for all generations of CEO aspirants
-- or anyone who wants to get ahead.
Readers can open to any page and find a short, interesting piece
of rare advice written in an honest, conversational tone. Each
section focuses on a specific action that should be taken, a trait
that needs to be developed, or a prohibition. The words "never" and
"always" are used frequently. These are commands that are meant to
be revisited. Advice such as:
-- Never Write a Nasty Memo.
-- Think for One Hour Every Day.
-- Skip All Office Parties.
-- Make Allies of Your Peers' Subordinates.
-- Arrive Forty-Five Minutes Early and Leave Fifteen Minutes
-- Don't Take Work Home from the Office.
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